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    Junior Member dustinpedley's Avatar
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    Default indoor spots? sry im a noob with this!

    I am new to the whole competition archery thing. I bought a rig, Elite Energy 70lb 29.5" blah blah blah, and i plan to shoot 3d with it next year. I have talked to a lot of people who recommended shooting indoor spots to get my technique down. but i have some stupid questions.

    Who regulates these shoots? IBO? NFAA?

    a link to these rules?

    Just some general advise on the whole thing, I dont know where to start.

    Thanks for the help
    -Dustin
    Target: Elite Energy, Copper John A.N.T.S., TT SS II, Posten 28" Victory X-Ringer HV 312gr.

    Woods: Mathews Switchback, Trophy Ridge 5 pin, QAD Rest, Maxima Arrows



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    Senior Member Daniel Boone's Avatar
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    Default Dusty

    Most indoor shoots are NFAA.

    You can find the rules here at there websight.

    http://www.nfaa-archery.org/

    Heres the two basic targets for indoor. Five Spot and Vegas
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